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LifeGuides

One of my core beliefs is that life will guide us toward greater joy, deeper connections, and meaningful success if we listen and align our thoughts, actions and decisions with the energy of life. Life is all that is good … Continue reading

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Human Strength and Vulnerability

Human beings are a contradiction of strength and vulnerability. The human mind, body and spirit can endure tremendous suffering through trauma, illness and pain and survive or even thrive. We have an incredible ability to heal. Could you imagine if … Continue reading

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Sins of Our Fathers

This country was founded on the belief that all men are created equal. At the time, this meant only white men. Indigenous people were seen as savages, exploited for their knowledge and resources, and then annihilated. Black people were viewed … Continue reading

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Cults and Culture

One of the greatest human needs is to belong, to feel connected to others, to be part of a group that understands and welcomes us. Every group, whether a family, a community, a sports team or a workplace, has a … Continue reading

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Division

The division that rocks our nation appears to be political and cultural. People following different leaders, listening to different sources of truth and accusing the other of lies. Everyone wants to be included. Everyone wants to be affirmed. Everyone wants … Continue reading

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Let’s Reorganize!

It seems whatever ails us at work, the management solution is often “Let’s reorganize!” (I myself have been guilty of this all too frequent conclusion.) These two simple words often result in weeks (or months) of speculation and anxiety, followed by … Continue reading

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Night Demons

The season calls not for a blog, but a poem. Here is one I wrote several years ago that seems fitting for these times. Night Demons by Denise Moreland During the day they lurk in the shadows Driven to the … Continue reading

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Home Work

I am among those who are working from home. Granted, it is part-time as a consultant, which is easier than full-time. Still, I have observed some shifts in myself and others that I think are worth highlighting, especially as this … Continue reading

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My Privilege

I was not born privileged. Both of my parents were poor and worked hard to overcome it. Mom was the first of her 9 siblings to graduate high school. Dad went further, investing in 6 more years of training to … Continue reading

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Institutional Racism

I long for the stability I felt before a virus ravaged the physical and financial health of our planet. I long for the sense of order I felt before violence erupted our cities in response to the murder of George … Continue reading

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